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About The Bulfinch Fund

The Bulfinch Fund, Inc, is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the preservation of “The Bulfinch Church” – The Fifth Meeting House, a designated National Historic Landmark standing in Lancaster, Massachusetts since 1816. The Fund’s objectives are to develop resources for the preservation and restoration of this building and to foster recognition of the significance of the 19th century American architect, Charles Bulfinch, through tours and other educational programs, events and publications. The Bulfinch Fund, Inc. is legally separate from any church-related assembly.

Grants Workshop Hosted by The Bulfinch Fund

The Bulfinch Fund in collaboration with the American Antiquarian Society will present a day long workshop on grants research and writing on Friday June 7th from 8:30 – 4.   The workshop will be held at the AAS’s Goddard-Daniels House 190 … Continue reading

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If You Like History – You Will Love This Event!

The Bulfinch Fund Kicks Off Its 4th Season of Fundraising & Events The Bulfinch Fund has for the last four years focused on two things – raising funds to restore the National Historic Landmark known as the Bulfinch Church and … Continue reading

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Steve Rosenthal at The Bulfinch Church

On July 30th, the Bulfinch Fund had arranged for the wonderful, reknown photographer Steve Rosenthal to come out and photograph the First Church in Lancaster, MA. Steve does large format photography and a few years ago completed a book on New … Continue reading

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Clannad Live At Christ Church Cathedral on TV March 2012

The one hour TV special of the concert recorded in Dublin’s Christ Church Cathedral will be aired on public television stations (PBS) across the USA throughout March. Clannad have given a unique voice to modern Irish music. They have combined … Continue reading

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A Space for Faith ~ Colonial Meetinghouses of New England

 A Space for Faith Colonial Meetinghouses of New England   Sunday, February 26, 2012   First Church of Christ Unitarian 725 Main St. Lancaster, MA. 01523 2:30 PM Free Program 4:00 PM Artist Reception PAUL WAINWRIGHT is a landscape and architectural … Continue reading

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The Bulfinch Fund Presents: Moya Brennan, Cormac De Barra Voices & Harps

Once again The Bulfinch Fund will bring internationally known and award wining musicians to Lancaster for a concert to benefit the Fund.  On March 11th, just in time for St. Patrick’s day, Moya (Vocals, Harp) and Cormac (Vocals, Harp) will be joined by … Continue reading

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Two for One! Great, Unique Christmas Gift and Support the Bulfinch Fund’s Efforts

Bulfinch Bee Honey Remember the Bulfinch Bees – when we found over 100,000 bees in the church’s roof??? We have more of their honey and thought we’d share it. It makes a unique Christmas Gift AND your supporting the efforts … Continue reading

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On the Common

The Bulfinch Fund in partnership with the Lancaster Memorial Library presents On the Common…An afternoon with award-winning ArtistIllustrator Giles Laroche. Join Giles Laroche in capturing the special buildings and gathering places found in every hometown. Lancaster Town Common that has … Continue reading

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Jefferson Hamer, Maeve Gilchrist and Tashina Clarridge Were Just Magic!

Over 150 people attended the benefit concert for the Bulfinch Fund last Sunday (Oct. 2nd) and were very happy they did. The traditional music that this group played was sometimes folk,  sometimes Celtic and sometimes original but always always pure … Continue reading

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The Bulfinch Bees are Back!!!!

During the restoration of the cupola and clock tower on the First Church in Lancaster a hive of over 100,000 bees was discovered.  Some of the folks on the board of the Bulfinch Fund are beekeepers themselves so we knew … Continue reading

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